5 Things to Know This Morning

PHOTO: Several large propane tanks exploded at a gas plant in Tavares, Fla., on July 29, 2013.Tyler Mackenzie Photography
Several large propane tanks exploded at a gas plant in Tavares, Fla., on July 29, 2013.

Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.

1. 8 Injured After Several Blasts at Florida Propane Plant

At least eight people were injured--four of them critically--after several large propane tanks exploded late Monday night at a gas plant in Tavares, Florida, sending "humongous" flames and smoke into the sky, according to officials.

2. Clintons' Patience With Weiner Thin, Sources Say

Bill and Hillary Clinton increasingly see Anthony Weiner's mayoral campaign as an embarrassment and potential liability and are signaling through associates that they are eager to see him exit the race, several former Clinton aides and advisers told ABC News.

3. Morsi's Son Says Father Will Be President Again

Osama Morsi, the son of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, told ABC News that "the military coup will end very soon" and his father will be reinstated as president because "the tank cannot lead a civilized country."

4. DC Green Paint Vandalism Suspect Arrested

A woman was arrested for allegedly throwing green paint on the organ, walls and a mural at the National Cathedral, and investigators are looking into whether she is the same person who splashed similar paint on the Lincoln Memorial and a statue of the first Smithsonian secretary.

5. Evan Rachel Wood Welcomes a Boy

"True Blood" actress Evan Rachel Wood and husband Jamie Bell welcomed a baby boy.